Crescent Roll Marshmallow Puffs

Friends!  It’s hard to believe that Easter is a mere 2 days away…what the what?  I love Easter because it’s a sign that we’ve made it through the brunt of the MN winter and fresh, beautiful things are about to pop up soon!

Today, I’m sharing one of the easiest breakfast ideas out there.  It’s one that my hubby introduced me to when we first met and to this day, it’s one of our favorites!  

Crescent Roll Marshmallow Puffs:



1 tube of Crescent Rolls {I like Pillsbury original rolls}

8 regular marshmallows

3 TBSP of butter, melted

2 TBSP sugar

1 – 1.5 TBSP cinnamon


Preheat oven to 375 {or the temp that your crescent rolls require}.  Mix sugar & cinnamon together in a small bowl.  Unroll the crescent rolls and separate into 8 triangles.

Take a marshmallow and dip it into the melted butter.


Then {generously} roll it into the cinnamon-sugar mixture, making sure to cover the marshmallow completely.


Place the marshmallow onto one of the crescent triangles.


Roll the marshmallow up into the crescent & firmly press the sides together insuring there are no open sides to the crescent.

Place the little ball into a greased muffin tin.  {*NOTE:  I like to place my muffin tin on a tinfoil lined baking sheet in case the marshmallow goodness runneth over}!  Once they are all complete, bake for 10-12 minutes {follow the directions on your crescent roll packaging}.

Once they are done, allow them to cool for a couple minutes and dig in!


These are seriously the simplest breakfast and a sure crowd pleaser!  Not to mention, doubling or tripling the recipe would be a cinch!  I highly suggest adding these to your Easter breakfast/brunch menu!



Bake At Home Mama


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